Monday, July 17, 2006

North American Union Superhighway

July 13, 2006 -- Last week, WMR reported on the close ties between the American Trucking Associations (ATA), extreme right-wing neo-confederate movements, and key members of the Bush administration, including Dick Cheney Chief of Staff David Addington and former Bob Dole chief aide Jim Whittinghill. It is now being reported that George W. Bush's top pick to replace outgoing Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta is none other than former Kanasas GOP Governor Bill Graves. Graves has told the ATA that he does not plan to leave his current job.

Graves will benefit from Bush North American Union initiatives whether he remains at ATA or moves to Transportation Department.

Not surprisingly, Graves, who hails from a wealthy Midwest trucking family, became the President of the American Trucking Associations in 2003 after leaving the Topeka governor's mansion. Graves has been a major fundraiser for Bush and the Republican Party. It is no coincidence that Graves and his trucking interests will greatly benefit from the construction of a major superhighway from the Mexican border, through Texas, Oklahoma, and his native Kansas, to the Canadian border. That superhighway, which is attracting major Saudi and Chinese investments, will serve as a linchpin in the creation of the corporate-controlled "North American Union," a contrivance that will further erode democratic government. WMR has been told about the secretive North American Union plans by individuals associated with the traditional Democratic and Republican parties. The recent theft of the election in Mexico by Felipe Calderon's wealthy supporters and the accession to power of Stephen Harper's Tory government in Canada, both accomplished with the help of GOP and Democratic Leadership Council operatives from the United States, are also intended to spur along the North American Union agenda.

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